Anyone working in the world of social media knows the pressures of creating engaging content that is squeaky clean and represents brands in a favourable light. Get so much as one character wrong and you open a world of trouble.
Since today is “Blue Monday” – the most depressing day of the year – I thought we could all use a bit of light entertainment. What better way to cheer us up than to look back at our favourite videos that made us laugh, gasp swear and perhaps even cry. Although mostly laugh.
This Saturday 29th June, a few of the Raw team will again be collaborating with the Canal River Trust and joining this years Dragon Boat team. Last year we dressed as pirates and picked up the silver medal. We are hopeful that this years ‘Where’s Wally’ theme will give us the under the radar push for victory.
My outfit has just arrived so I thought I would have some fun in an attempt to get a donation,
PR Account Manager, Sam Ward on her long-running obsession…
I stumbled across Dog Judo by accident; I had just been given a new iPod as a gift and having ambled along with a Shuffle for years was finally discovering the joys of podcasts.
20 months, countless episodes and one cracking t-shirt later, I still watch Dog Judo religiously every other Thursday – to the point that it’s become a bit of an obsession.
With the Chip Shop Award winners being announced in just a matter of hours, The Drum has highlighted a few of the many entries to feature actor Charlie Sheen. Who was on the mind of many creatives as the sacked catchphrase spouting twitter legend.
One of the entries takes on a subject I talked about tackling on our blog the other day, 'Giving New Life To Corporate Identity'. Which was all about an identity for organ donation and how I wanted to have a go at blood donation.
Designers are admittedly a rare breed, but who do graphic designers think they are? I mean, it’s the client that came up with the idea to get something designed, it’s the client that is picking out the colors, it’s the client that’s doing all the work.